3 Replies Latest reply on Sep 5, 2008 10:52 PM by Raj Tiwari

    Seam Remoting: How to do HTTPS on some calls

    Raj Tiwari Newbie

      Some of the data that my application submits through Seam Remoting is sensitive and needs to be sent over SSL. Most of the other interaction does not have that requirement. I have the following questions for the people on this forum:



      • What is the best way to force some of the seam remoting calls on my page to go through HTTPS while others stay on vanilla HTTP? The containing page will be HTTP.



      And on the server side:



      • Should I configure my JBoss 4.2.2 with an HTTPS connector? Will my session info from the HTTP session be seamlessly carried over into the HTTPS calls?

      • Or should I setup Apache with SSL and a mod jk talking to Tomcat within JBoss?



      I understand that the server configuration questions are off-topic for this forum, but I am sure a response will be useful to a lot of people.


      Any insights will be greatly appreciated.


      Thanks.


      -Raj